Say the word “sherbet” out loud. You didn’t say “sher-bet,” did you? Despite the fact that any dictionary and your grandmother will tell you that’s how you pronounce it, you, me, and everyone we know calls the stuff “sherbert.” But why?First, some background on the word, courtesy of Merriam Webster: It has its roots in Turkish and Persian …
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